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Previews® Luxury Marketing

Coldwell Banker Previews International®, has been a leader in the marketing of exceptional luxury properties since 1933 and is affiliated with  some of the most successful real estate specialists in the industry. The Previews®' prestigious clientele includes dignitaries, actors, musicians, celebrities and sports figures. The Previews reputation for excellence is based on a unique ability to match discerning clients with exceptional properties. No one is more dedicated to helping these VIP clients realize the exceptional lifestyle so very few attain. The enticing Previews showcase of luxury properties includes some of the world's most exciting and magnificent residences. As you browse through the Previews inventory, you will discover amazing architecture, lavish interior designs and beautiful settings from the world's most prestigious addresses. 

A Leader in Luxury Home Sales

In 2013, Coldwell Banker® affiliated sales associates participated in more than 20,000 transaction sides of homes priced at $1 million or more, averaging $102.7 million in sales every day, touting an average sales price of $1.86 million*.

The Previews® program has a track record of being selected to represent some of the world’s most exquisite properties and was involved in 5 of the top 7 most expensive sales in the U.S. in 2013.**

To learn more about Previews’ exemplary service, sales performance, global reach and robust marketing tools that reach the world’s most elite individuals, we invite you to visit

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* Data based on closed and recorded transaction sides of homes sold for $1 million or more as reported by affiliates in the U.S. Coldwell Banker® franchise system for the calendar year 2013.  USD$. Total volume calculated by multiplying the number of sides (buyer and/or seller) by sales price. **Forbes, Dec. 6, 2013.


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